The main goal of automated welding — and manufacturing in general — is eliminating variation. Once you drive variation out, you can drive your costs down and produce a higher quality product.

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The main goal of automated welding — and manufacturing in general — is eliminating variation. Once you drive variation out, you can drive your costs down and produce a higher quality product.

While training is a key element to making an automated system work, giving responsibility of the robotic system to your current welders ensures someone with an understanding of welding processes and applications is always engaged. 

A general rule of thumb is that a welder running a robotic cell can produce three times as many parts as the same welder performing the work manually.